We took suggestions of activities that had been successful in classrooms that had more parent involvement. Articulate the Vision I communicated the vision and goal of my action research project to parents, students, and community members during the student orientation the first week of school.
After reviewing the data from parents, students, and teacher input I understood the importance of improving parent involvement. Together, the principal and I created the family nights and home activities that the parents could be involved in. Respond to Community Interest and Needs We are directly responding to the interest and needs of our parents and community by implementing a plan of action to improve parent involvement in the classroom and home setting.
Also, we are involving the students in the process of meeting their needs for more parent involvement.
Once the staff realized the need, they were excited to have a possible program that could lead to an improvement. I used state assessment results, from our STAAR report and from three different benchmarks throughout the year. Also, I compared my data from the general education classroom, the gifted and talented classroom, inclusion classroom, and the ESL classrooms.
I explained to the staff that parents requested on their end of year surveys that, they would like to feel more welcomed in classroom and to find ways to help them work with their students at home.
Together with the principal, we showed the need of such a program to our staff. National Committee for Citizens in Education, h 80 Our needs assessment clearly showed that something had to be done to help improve parent involvement in the classroom and in the home setting.
Manage Operations I used data and surveys to lead this project. Needs Assessment For the needs assessment for my action research project, I used surveys conducted by parents and teachers.
Parent Involvement in Instruction, K By communicating with the staff about the development of the program and by providing all of the program tools to them, we alleviated stress and doubt and were successful in gaining the support of the majority of the staff.
I presented the program to the staff and she passed out the materials. We are providing support for all classrooms on our campus.
Our teachers are reaching out to each student and determining where they need help and support. The priority was put on implementing the best plan of action to improve parent involvement in the classroom and in the home setting.
When presenting the program, I stressed the importance of the goal that was to implement the best plan of action to improve parent involvement in the classroom and home setting. I also, interviewed students on the different ways their parents interact with them at home.
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, I communicated the vision to the staff during in-service the week before school started.
It was noted in the surveys that the parents in the inclusion and the ESL classroom wanted to learn new ways to help their child in the home setting. Also, I asked our special education teacher to help me in the process of interviewing students.
Together we presented the program to the students, parents, and community members. Manage the Organization When organizing the implementation of the project, I met with my principal and enlisted her help for sending out the surveys to parents.
Woods Intermediate staff will work together to implement the best plan of action to improve parent involvement in the classroom and the home setting.
The Evidence Continues to Grow: Objectives and Vision My vision is to find different ways to reach all parents to help their child become strong learners in the school and the home setting.children when it comes to parental involvement in schools, in the traditional sense.
Research has indicated disconnects between parents’ engagement, as well as support, in school activities, and. Parent Involvement in 3rd Grade Special Education.
Christine Batt. Genoa Elementary. 7 October the effects of parental involvement, teacher/parent communication, and how it motivates a special education third After reviewing my action research plan, I have biases to be aware of while conducting my research.
First, parents are. Transcript of Action Research Project: How do Teachers Increase Parental Involvement? How can we as teachers get parents more involved? Taking Action: What we did The Results: Did we make an impact? Lets take a closer look. Why is parental involvement important?
What is parental invovlement? Action Research On Parental Involvement. Action research – or participatory action research – is a reflective process of progressive problem solving led by individuals working with others in teams or as part of a "community of practice" to improve the way they address issues and solve problems.
Masters of Arts in Education Action Research Papers Education Promoting Parent Involvement Promoting Parent Involvement An Action Research Report by Erin A.
contains the parental involvement decision, level. With my topic being parent involvement I feel that I will have plenty of opportunities to work on my action research throughout the school year. I plan to montior progress throughout the fall semester then take action in the.Download